“Each and Every Man Under My Command Owes Me One Hundred Nazi Scalps”
It turns out that killing Nazis is a family business for the Blazkowiczs. In Wolfenstein: Youngblood, players take on the role of either BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters Jess or Soph Blazkowicz. The sisters go to Nazi occupied Paris in search of their father in the 1980s. They also help the French resistance free themselves from the Nazis. The game comes out on July 26th, so that means you have a little more than a month and a half to take advantage of any Wolfenstein: Youngblood pre-order options.
First and most basic option is the Standard Edition. The Standard Edition includes the base game, as well as what is called the Legacy Pack, which comes with all pre-order purchases. This includes the New Colossus Jacket Power Suit Skin, U.S. Army Power Suit Skin, Old Blood Pipe and Old Blood Knife, and a WW2 Weapon Skin Set for all ranged weapons. Pre-ordering it on the PlayStation Store also gives a PS4 theme. The Deluxe Edition comes with all of the above as well as the Buddy Pass and Cyborg Skin pack. The Buddy Pass allows the player to play alongside a friend who does not own a copy of Youngblood. The Cyborg Skin pack comes with a Cyborg player skin, titanium skin for all weapons, and a titanium hatchet and knife. Nintendo Switch copies are all digital, so physical pre-orders will just have download codes, no cartridge.
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR game coming out on the same day as Youngblood. Cyberpilot allows you to take control of Nazi war machines and give the Nazi armies a taste of their own medicine. While this coincides with Youngblood, Cyberpilot is purchased separately. Wolfenstein: Youngblood and Cyberpilot come out on July 26th. Youngblood is for PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. Cyberpilot is for PC and PSVR.
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